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Top Gear Presenter and Journalist Sue Baker’s Cause of Death


Heartbroken to inform you of the passing of the former BBC Top Gear presenter on November 14, 2022, at the age of 67. She was one of the original hosts when the format launched. Sue Baker’s cause of death was informed. May she rest in peace.

Baker became well-known after she was one of the original presenters of Top Gear, joining the series in 1980. She appeared on more than 100 episodes of the popular program until 1991. For almost 13 years, she served as the Observer’s motoring editor and exited her role in 1995.

In the early 90s, Baker continued to work as a motoring journalist after her departure. As we mentioned before, for 13 years, she created and ran the Motor Racing News Service and was the Observer’s motoring editor.

Despite setting up and running the Motor Racing News Service, based at the Kent motor racing track Brands Hatch, Baker worked as a freelance writer for “Saga Magazine” for a few years.

Baker joined the series in 1980 and left in 1991. Also, she was an amazing mother to her children, Ian and Hannah, a loving grandmother to Tom & George, and a wonderful mother-in-law to Lucy. May she rest in peace.

Her family announced her death and said in a statement: “It is with great sadness, that we share the news of Sue’s passing. Thank you to everyone who has supported her over the last few years as she battled with MND.”

They added that she was a talented and prolific writer, a charismatic TV presenter, and a passionate animal lover. She had a life and career that many would envy, but did it all with such grace that she was admired and respected by all who knew her. “We know she meant so much to so many”.

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Sue Baker’s Cause of Death

He passed away on Monday morning after Sue Baker’s cause of death was announced due to suffering from motor neuron disease (MND). A statement from the Baker family said: “It is with great sadness, that we share the news of Sue’s passing.”

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Also, the motoring editor for the Sunday Independent in Ireland who is Geraldine Herbert paid tribute to her and said: “I am deeply saddened to hear of the death of Sue Baker. She was a wonderful person, a brilliant journalist, and a dear friend. A former Top Gear presenter and motoring editor at the Observer, she blazed a trail for women in a man’s world.”

On social media, messages of condolences were sent to Sue Baker’s family and loved ones. His friends shared their sadness through their Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter pages. May he rest in peace.

@micacomms shared on social media: “MICA is saddened by the death of Sue Baker, a long-standing colleague who was not only a fine journalist/presenter in her own right but a catalyst for bringing more females into comms. Sue showed women that they could work successfully in automotive. Our condolences to her family.”

“We are very saddened to hear the news of Sue Baker’s passing. She was a former Top Gear presenter and a pioneer for women in automotive journalism. Sue Baker has had a high-impact career that has forever shaped the industry and will inspire many girls to follow in her footsteps.” Drive My Career on Twitter.

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